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Looking for Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Books Coming Out in June 2014? Here’s 276 of Them!

June is looking better than ever for science fiction, fantasy and horror-related releases. Here’s 23 dozen of ’em…

Which titles excite you the most?

  1. Forsaking Home by A. American (Plume)
  2. Having Fun with Alien Technology, Part 1 by A.C. Wells (Tate Publishing)
  3. Child of a Hidden Sea by A.M. Dellamonica (Tor Books)

  1. The Color of Paradox: A Tor.Com Original by A.M. Dellamonica (Tor Books)
  2. Night Lords by Aaron Dembski-Bowden (Games Workshop)
  3. Lightfinder by Aaron Paquette (Kegedonce Pr)
  1. Heart of Art: A Glimpse into the Wondrous World of Special Effects Makeup and Fine Art of Akihito by Akihito Ikeda (Design Studio Press)
  2. On the Steel Breeze (Poseidon’s Children) by Alastair Reynolds (Ace Hardcover)
  3. Chasers of the Wind by Alexey Pehov (Tor Books)
  1. Rain (The Paper Gods) by Amanda Sun (Harlequin Teen)
  2. The Oath of the Vayuputras (The Shiva Trilogy) by Amish (Jo Fletcher Books)
  3. Tales from High Hallack, Volume 2: the collected short stories of Andre Norton by Andre Norton (Premier Digital Publishing)
  1. Lonely Stardust: Two Plays, a Speech, and Eight Essays by Andrea Hairston (Aqueduct Press)
  2. Baptism of Fire (The Witcher) by Andrzej Sapkowski (Orbit)
  3. The White Towers: Book 2 of The Rage of Kings by Andy Remic (Angry Robot)
  1. Followers by Anna Davies (Point)
  2. The Walking-stick Forest: A Tor.Com Original by Anna Tambour (Tor Books)
  3. Storm Angels by Anna Watlington (Tate Publishing)
  1. Summoned by Anne M. Pillsworth (Tor Teen)
  2. The Wolves of Midwinter: The Wolf Gift Chronicles by Anne Rice (Anchor)
  3. The Line Book One: Carrier by Anne Tibbets (Carina Press)
  1. The Last Page by Anthony Huso (Tor Books)
  2. Hard to Be a God (Rediscovered Classics) by Arkady Strugatsky & Boris Strugatsky (Chicago Review Press)
  3. Vintage Visions: Essays on Early Science Fiction by Arthur B. Evans (Editor) (Wesleyan)
  1. Barrington J. Bayley SF Gateway Omnibus (SF Gateway Omnibuses) by Barrington J. Bayley (Gollancz)
  2. Rescue Mode by Ben Bova & Les Johnson (Baen)
  3. Nine Open Arms by Benny Lindelauf (Enchanted Lion Books)
  1. My Last Kiss by Bethany Neal (Farrar, Straus and Giroux)
  2. The Ninth Circle by Brendan Deneen (Permuted Platinum)
  3. Head Full of Mountains by Brent Hayward (ChiZine Publications)
  1. The Vagrants by Brian Moreland (Samhain Publishing, Ltd.)
  2. Shaman Rises (The Walker Papers) by C.E. Murphy (Harlequin MIRA)
  3. The Fallen (An Enemy Novel) by Charlie Higson (Disney-Hyperion)
  1. Wickedpedia (Point Horror) by Chris Van Etten (Scholastic Inc.)
  2. Gabriel Hunt – Hunt Beyond the Frozen Fire by Christa Faust (Titan Books)
  3. The Eldritch Dark: Collected Prose Poems and Artwork of Clark Ashton Smith by Clark Ashton Smith (Centipede Press)
  1. Sleeping Dragon, Rising Sun: A Companion for In Her Majesty’s Name (Osprey Wargames) by Craig Cartmell & Charles Murton (Osprey Publishing)
  2. The Shadow Master by Craig Cormick (Angry Robot)
  3. Haunt by Curtis Jobling (Simon & Schuster Childrens Books)
  1. D.G. Compton SF Gateway Omnibus (SF Gateway Omnibuses) by D.G. Compton (Gollancz)
  2. The Remaining: Aftermath by D.J. Molles (Orbit)
  3. The 400lb. Gorilla (The Hypposync Archives) by DC Farmer (Spence City)
  1. Fires of Man (Psionic Earth) by Dan Levinson (Jolly Fish Press)
  2. Ecko Burning by Danie Ware (Titan Books)
  3. Robogenesis: A Novel by Daniel H. Wilson (Doubleday)
  1. The Merciless by Danielle Vega (Razorbill)
  2. Orion: The Council of Beasts by Darius Hinks (Games Workshop)
  3. Masters of the Weird Tale: David Case by David Case (Centipede Press)
  1. The Shaft by David J. Schow (Centipede Press)
  2. The White Mountain (Chung Kuo) by David Wingrove (Atlantic Books)
  3. The Night of the Hunter by Davis Grubb (Centipede Press)
  1. Genius, Animated: The Cartoon Art of Alex Toth by Dean Mullaney & Bruce Canwell (IDW Publishing)
  2. The Heir of Khored (Seven-Petaled Shield Trilogy) by Deborah J. Ross (DAW)
  3. In the End (In the After) by Demitria Lunetta (HarperTeen)
  1. A Long Time Til Morning by Dennis Etchison (Centipede Press)
  2. Written in My Own Heart’s Blood: A Novel (Outlander) by Diana Gabaldon (Delacorte Press)
  3. The Spell Realm (The Sorcery Code) by Dima Zales & Anna Zaires (Mozaika Publications)
  1. Fire Rising (Dark Kings) by Donna Grant (St. Martin’s Paperbacks)
  2. Only One Winner: Science Fiction Mystery Tales by E. C. Tubb (Wildside Press)
  3. Souls of the Damned by E. S. Moore (Kensington Trade)
  1. The Herald: The Sundering, Book VI by Ed Greenwood (Wizards of the Coast)
  2. Edmund Cooper SF Gateway Omnibus (SF Gateway Omnibuses) by Edmund Cooper (Gollancz)
  3. Science Fiction, Alien Encounters, and the Ethics of Posthumanism: Beyond the Golden Rule by Elana Gomel (Palgrave Macmillan)
  1. Saffron and Brimstone: Strange Stories by Elizabeth Hand (Open Road Media Sci-Fi & Fantasy)
  2. The Merchant Emperor (Symphony of Ages) by Elizabeth Haydon (Tor Books)
  3. Wings (A Black City Novel) by Elizabeth Richards (Putnam Juvenile)
  1. Fearful Symmetries by Ellen Datlow (Editor) (ChiZine Publications)
  2. The Best Horror of the Year, Volume Six by Ellen Datlow (Editor) (Night Shade Books)
  3. Memory of Water: A Novel by Emmi Itäranta (Harper Voyager)
  1. WARP Book 2: The Hangman’s Revolution by Eoin Colfer (Disney-Hyperion)
  2. 1636: Commander Cantrell in the West Indies (The Ring of Fire) by Eric Flint & Charles E. Gannon (Baen)
  3. Blood for the Sun by Errick Nunnally (Spence City)
  1. Push: The Game: Book 2 by Eve Silver (Katherine Tegen Books)
  2. Graphic Ink: The DC Comics Art of Frank Quitely by FRANK QUITELY (DC Comics)
  3. I, Morgana by Felicity Pulman (Momentum)
  1. Deadly Curiosities by Gail Z. Martin (Solaris)
  2. Savage by Gary Fry (DarkFuse)
  3. Master of Sanctity (Legacy of Caliban) by Gav Thorpe (The Black Library)
  1. The Insects of Love: A Tor.Com Original by Genevieve Valentine (Tor Books)
  2. The Girls at the Kingfisher Club: A Novel by Genevieve Valentine (Atria Books)
  3. Rogues by George R.R. Martin & Gardner Dozois (Editor) (Bantam)
  1. The Garden of Darkness by Gillian Murray Kendall (Ravenstone)
  2. The Art of Greg Spalenka by Greg Spalenka (Titan Books)
  3. California Bones by Greg van Eekhout (Tor Books)
  1. Thief of Revelations / Hunters Moon (Horus Heresy) by Guy Haley & Graham McNeill (Black Library)
  2. Hungry by H. A. Swain (Feiwel & Friends)
  3. The Call of Cthulhu by H. P. Lovecraft (Sounds Terrifying)
  1. The Case of Charles Dexter Ward by H. P. Lovecraft (Sounds Terrifying)
  2. The Island of Dr. Moreau (Signet Classics) by H.G. Wells & Dr. John L. Flynn (Signet Classics)
  3. A Mountain Walked by H.P. Lovecraft & Caitlín R. Kiernan (Centipede Press)
  1. Harry O. Morris: Artist’s Portfolio by Harry O. Morris (Centipede Press)
  2. Bastion Wars by Henry Zou (The Black Library)
  3. Crater Trueblood and the Lunar Rescue Company (A Helium-3 Novel) by Homer Hickam (Thomas Nelson)
  1. Wool: The Graphic Novel (Kindle Serial) by Hugh Howey & Jimmy Palmiotti & Justin Gray (Jet City Comics)
  2. The Montauk Monster by Hunter Shea (Pinnacle)
  3. Justice (The Tainted Realm) by Ian Irvine (Orbit)
  1. Planet of the Apes Saga: The Poster Collection by Insight Editions (Insight Editions)
  2. Son of Rosemary by Ira Levin (Pegasus Books)
  3. Guild Wars: Edge of Destiny by J. Robert King (Pocket Books)
  1. The Source (Witching Savannah, Book 2) by J.D. Horn (47North)
  2. Lunation: Book 1 in the Lunation series by J.J. Gadd (AUS Impulse)
  3. First Kingdom Vol 4: Migration by Jack Katz (Titan Comics)
  1. Dark Metropolis by Jaclyn Dolamore (Disney-Hyperion)
  2. SNOWPIERCER VOL. 1: THE ESCAPE by Jacques Lob (Titan Comics)
  3. A Barricade in Hell by Jaime Lee Moyer (Tor Books)
  1. The Blasted Lands: Seven Forges, Book II by James A. Moore (Angry Robot)
  2. Dark Father by James Cooper (DarkFuse)
  3. Say Her Name by James Dawson (Hot Key Books)
  1. Sherlock Holmes – Gods of War by James Lovegrove (Titan Books)
  2. The Madonna and the Starship by James Morrow (Tachyon Publications)
  3. The Adventure of the Ring of Stones by James P. Blaylock (Subterranean)
  1. Nightmareland (Scary Tales) by James Preller (Feiwel & Friends)
  2. Mammals by James Robert Herndon (Omnidawn)
  3. Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye Volume 1 by James Roberts & John Barber (IDW Publishing)
  1. Cibola Burn (The Expanse) by James S.A. Corey (Orbit)
  2. Eleanor by Jason Gurley (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform)
  3. Veil of the Deserters: Bloodsounder’s Arc Book Two by Jeff Salyards (Night Shade Books)
  1. Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Light Fantastic by Jeffrey Lang (Pocket Books/Star Trek)
  2. Grim Shadows (Roaring Twenties) by Jenn Bennett (Berkley)
  3. Copper Ravens (Copper Legacy) by Jennifer Allis Provost (Spence City)
  1. The Mind’s Eye: The Art of Omni by Jeremy Frommer & Rick Schwartz (Editors) (powerHouse Books)
  2. Jim Henson’s The Dark Crystal: The Novelization by Jim Henson & A.C.H. Smith (Archaia)
  3. Guardian by Jo Anderton (FableCroft Publishing)
  1. Twisted by Jo Gibson (K-Teen)
  2. I Become Shadow by Joe Shine (Soho Teen)
  3. Graduation Day (The Testing) by Joelle Charbonneau (HMH Books for Young Readers)
  1. Transformers: Robots in Disguise Volume 1 by John Barber (IDW Publishing)
  2. All Heads Turn When the Hunt Goes By by John Farris (Centipede Press)
  3. Men Went to Cattreath (Fantasy Masterworks) by John James (Gateway)
  1. Not for All the Gold in Ireland (Fantasy Masterworks) by John James (Gateway)
  2. Votan and Other Novels (Fantasy Masterworks) by John James (Gollancz)
  3. Shadowmagic Trilogy by John Lenahan (The Friday Project)
  1. Rogue Trooper: Tales of Nu Earth 4 by John Smith & Gordon Rennie & Andy Diggle (2000 AD Graphic Novels)
  2. Judge Dredd Day of Chaos: Fallout by John Wagner & Rob Williams & Michael Carrol & Robert Williams (2000 AD Graphic Novels)
  3. Tolkien in the New Century: Essays in Honor of Tom Shippey by John Wm Houghton (McFarland)
  1. Barricade by Jon Wallace (Gollancz)
  2. Last Apprentice 3-Book Collection (The Last Apprentice) by Joseph Delaney (Greenwillow Books)
  3. The Begum’s Millions (Early Classics of Science Fiction) by Jules Verne (Wesleyan)
  1. Wake Wood by K. A. John (Random House UK)
  2. Ten Short Tales About Ghosts by K. C. Parton (Matador)
  3. The Leopard (Marakand) by K. V. Johansen (Pyr)
  1. Fractured Dream (The Dreamer Saga) by K.M. Randall (Booktrope)
  2. Rebellion (Tankborn Trilogy) by Karen Sandler (Tu Books)
  3. The Lost Power by Kat Stroud (Tate Publishing)
  1. (Don’t You) Forget About Me by Kate Karyus Quinn (HarperTeen)
  2. Thorn Jack (Night and Nothing Novels) by Katherine Harbour (Harper Voyager)
  3. Fantasy and Mimesis (Routledge Revivals): Responses to Reality in Western Literature by Kathryn Hume (Routledge)
  1. Paradise and Elsewhere by Kathy Page (Biblioasis)
  2. Deadwood by Kell Andrews (Spencer Hill Press)
  3. The Monster Within by Kelly Hashway (Spencer Hill Press)
  1. Rebellion by Ken Shufeldt (Tor Books)
  2. Rebels: City of Indra: The Story of Lex and Livia by Kendall Jenner & Kylie Jenner (Gallery Books/Karen Hunter Publishing)
  3. Shattered: The Iron Druid Chronicles by Kevin Hearne (Del Rey)
  1. The Dark Between the Stars (Saga of Shadows Trilogy) by Kevin J. Anderson (Tor Books)
  2. Koko Takes a Holiday by Kieran Shea (Titan Books)
  3. Talent to Burn (Hidden Talents) by Laura Welling (Samhain Publishing, Ltd.)
  1. A Shiver of Light (Merry Gentry) by Laurell K. Hamilton (Berkley Hardcover)
  2. The Quick: A Novel by Lauren Owen (McClelland & Stewart)
  3. Ithanalin’s Restoration by Lawrence Watt-Evans (Wildside Press)
  1. Little Knife: A Tor.Com Original by Leigh Bardugo (Tor Books)
  2. Ruin and Rising by Leigh Bardugo (Henry Holt and Co.)
  3. Breath of Fire (Rena Drake) by Liliana Hart (Samhain Publishing, Ltd.)
  1. Wolves in Winter by Lisa Hilton (Atlantic Books)
  2. Gasp (Visions) by Lisa McMann (Simon Pulse)
  3. Reap & Repent by Lisa Medley (Harlequin E)
  1. e338: The Art of Loïc Zimmermann by Loïc Zimmermann (3DTotal Publishing)
  2. The Monkey’s Other Paw: Revived Classic Stories of Dread and the Dead by Luis Ortiz (Editor) (NonStop Press)
  3. Pills and Starships by Lydia Millet (Black Sheep)
  1. Gods’ Man by Lynd Ward (Centipede Press)
  2. Hearken by M. Aubrey Osborne (Tate Publishing)
  3. Rise of the Dragon King: Book Five of the Dragoneer Saga by M. R. Mathias (Michael Robb Mathias Jr.)
  1. The Girl With All the Gifts by M.R. Carey (Orbit)
  2. A Better World (The Brilliance Saga, Book Two) by Marcus Sakey (Thomas & Mercer)
  3. Prince of Fools (The Red Queen’s War) by Mark Lawrence (Ace Hardcover)
  1. Steampunk Graphics: Visions of the Victorian Future by Martin de Diego Sádaba (Graffito Books)
  2. Born to Fear: Interviews with Thomas Ligotti by Matt Cardin & Thomas Ligotti (Subterranean)
  3. Chapel of the Falcon by Matt Spencer (Damnation Books LLC)
  1. Irregular Verbs and Other Stories by Matthew Johnson (ChiZine Publications)
  2. Glory (The Dust Chronicles) by Maureen McGowan (Skyscape)
  3. Yesterday We Forget Tomorrow by Max DeVoe Talley (Damnation Books LLC)
  1. The Tower Broken: Book Three of the Tower and Knife Trilogy by Mazarkis Williams (Night Shade Books)
  2. The Shadows (Fianna Trilogy) by Megan Chance (Skyscape)
  3. Craven by Melanie Casey (Pantera Press)
  1. The Spectre of Layla Gary by Melinda Parker (Tate Publishing)
  2. Blood Red (Elemental Masters) by Mercedes Lackey (DAW Hardcover)
  3. The Obsidian Mountain Trilogy by Mercedes Lackey & James Mallory (Tor Books)
  1. Dawn Song by Michael Marano (ChiZine Publications)
  2. Shield and Crocus by Michael R. Underwood (47North)
  3. Hexed by Michelle Krys (Delacorte Press)
  1. Star Trek: Khan by Mike Johnson (IDW Publishing)
  2. Vicky Peterwald: Target by Mike Shepherd (Ace)
  3. Black Chaos: Tales of the Zombie by Milo James Fowler & Christopher Keelty (Exter Press)
  1. Wicked Ink by Misty Simon (Harlequin E)
  2. Better Homes and Hauntings by Molly Harper (Pocket Books)
  3. Shield of Winter (Psy/Changelings) by Nalini Singh (Berkley)
  1. Cold Redemption (Gallow) by Nathan Hawke (Gollancz)
  2. The Voyage of the Sable Keech: The Second Spatterjay Novel by Neal Asher (Night Shade Books)
  3. The Truth Is a Cave in the Black Mountains: A Tale of Travel and Darkness with Pictures of All Kinds by Neil Gaiman (William Morrow)
  1. Violent Cases by Neil Gaiman & Dave McKean (Titan Books Ltd)
  2. Acolytes of Cthulhu by Neil Gaiman & S.T. Joshi & Edmond Hamilton (Titan Books)
  3. Drowned by Nichola Reilly (Harlequin Teen)
  1. Destroy the Infinite (Doctor Who: The Fourth Doctor Adventures) by Nicholas Briggs (Big Finish Productions Ltd)
  2. Unexpected Stories by Octavia E. Butler (Open Road Media Sci-Fi & Fantasy)
  3. Earth Awakens (The First Formic War) by Orson Scott Card & Aaron Johnston (Tor Books)
  1. The Sea of Time (Kencyrath) by P C Hodgell (Baen)
  2. Pat Cadigan SF Gateway Omnibus by Pat Cadigan (Gollancz)
  3. 14 by Peter Clines (Permuted Press)
  1. World War 3 Illustrated: 1979–2014 by Peter Kuper & Seth Tobocman (Editors) (PM Press)
  2. The Disestablishment of Paradise by Phillip Mann (Gollancz)
  3. The Collected Short Stories of R.A. Lafferty Volume Two: The Man with the Aura by R.A. Lafferty (Centipede Press)
  1. DemonWars Saga Volume 1: The Demon Awakens – The Demon Spirit – The Demon Apostle (The DemonWars Saga) by R.A. Salvatore (Del Rey)
  2. DemonWars Saga Volume 2: Mortalis – Ascendance – Transcendence – Immortalis (The DemonWars Saga) by R.A. Salvatore (Del Rey)
  3. The Year’s Best Science Fiction & Fantasy 2014 Edition by Rich Horton (Editor) (Prime Books)
  1. Gameboard of the Gods: Age of X by Richelle Mead (Signet)
  2. The Great Game (Nokolai Dante) by Robbie Morrison & Simon Fraser & Charlie Adlard (2000 AD Graphic Novels)
  3. Dark Entries by Robert Aickman (Faber & Faber Fiction)
  1. Dragons Deal by Robert Asprin & Jody Lynn Nye (Ace)
  2. Crossroads of Twilight: Book Ten of ‘The Wheel of Time’ by Robert Jordan (Tor Books)
  3. Shadows & Tall Trees 2014 by Robert Shearman & Kaaron Warren (ChiZine Publications)
  1. Reflections & Refractions by Robert Silverberg (NonStop Press)
  2. Afterlife with Archie: Escape from Riverdale by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (Archie Comics)
  3. The Tawny Man Trilogy 3-Book Bundle: Fool’s Errand, Golden Fool, Fool’s Fate by Robin Hobb (Del Rey)
  1. The Farseer Trilogy 3-Book Bundle: Assssin’s Apprentice, Royal Assassin, Assassin’s Quest by Robin Hobb (Del Rey)
  2. The Demi-Monde: Summer by Rod Rees (Quercus)
  3. Searchers After Horror: New Tales of the Weird and Fantastic by S. T. Joshi (Editor) (Fedogan & Bremer)
  1. The Ward (Downside) by S.L. Grey (Atlantic Books)
  2. Night Shifters by Sarah A. Hoyt (Baen)
  3. The Lost by Sarah Beth Durst (Harlequin MIRA)
  1. Fu-Manchu – The Drums of Fu-Manchu by Sax Rohmer (Titan Books)
  2. Spell or High Water (Magic 2.0, Book 2) by Scott Meyer (47North)
  3. The Game by Shane W Smith (Deeper Meanings)
  1. Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic, Vol. 6 by Shinobu Ohtaka (VIZ Media LLC)
  2. Cinderella’s Dress by Shonna Slayton (Entangled: Teen)
  3. Headlong by Simon Ings (Gollancz)
  1. Property of a Lady Faire: A Secret Histories Novel by Simon R. Green (Roc Hardcover)
  2. The Girl Who Never Was: Otherworld Book One by Skylar Dorset (Sourcebooks Fire)
  3. Witchlight (Magic Born) by Sonya Clark (Carina Press)
  1. The Splintered Gods by Stephen Deas (Gollancz)
  2. Chapter Six: A Tor.Com Original by Stephen Graham Jones (Tor Books)
  3. Zombie Apocalypse! Horror Hospital by Stephen Jones (Robinson Publishing)
  1. Mr. Mercedes: A Novel by Stephen King (Scribner)
  2. How to Draw Fantasy Worlds by Steve Beaumont (Arcturus Publishing Limited)
  3. Flight of the Golden Harpy by Susan Klaus (Tor Books)
  1. Allegiance (The Penton Vampire Legacy) by Susannah Sandlin (Montlake Romance)
  2. Hunted: A Claiming Novella (The Claiming) by T. A. Grey (Grey Ink Press LLC)
  3. The Godwhale (SF Masterworks) by T. J. Bass (Gollancz)
  1. The Truth of Valour: A Confederation Novel by Tanya Huff (Titan Books Ltd)
  2. Blood Pact (Blood Books) by Tanya Huff (DAW Trade)
  3. Descent by Tara Fuller (Entangled: Teen)
  1. The Science of Discworld: A Novel by Terry Pratchett & Ian Stewart & Jack Cohen (Anchor)
  2. The Long Mars: A Novel (Long Earth) by Terry Pratchett & Stephen Baxter (Harper)
  3. The Strange Maid: Book 2 of United States of Asgard by Tessa Gratton (Random House Books for Young Readers)
  1. The Spectral Link by Thomas Ligotti (Subterranean)
  2. Heirs of Grace by Tim Pratt (47North)
  3. Night Terrors by Tim Waggoner (Angry Robot)
  1. Cobra Slave by Timothy Zahn (Baen)
  2. The Stepsister’s Tale by Tracy Barrett (Harlequin Teen)
  3. Nuthin’ But Mech Volume 2 by Various Artists (Design Studio Press)
  1. Alien Shores (A Fenris Novel, Book 2) by Vaughn Heppner (47North)
  2. Oriana Oakleigh and the Dragon Danes by W. R. Cooper (Tate Publishing)
  3. Legion of the Damned by William C. Dietz (Titan Books Ltd)
  1. Robert A. Heinlein, Vol 2: In Dialogue with His Century Volume 2: The Man Who Learned Better by William H. Patterson Jr. (Tor Books)
  2. Fall of Macharius (Macharian Crusade) by William King (The Black Library)
  3. Inhuman #6 by Wilum H. Pugmire & Gahan Wilson & Darrell Schweitzer (Centipede Press)
  1. On Pins and Needles by Yolanda Sfetsos (Samhain Publishing)

Also released this month (covers unavailable at the time of post creation):

  1. Fantasy and the Real World in British Children’s Literature: The Power of Story by Caroline Webb (Routledge)
  2. Star Wars Legacy: Outcasts of the Broken Ring v. II, Bk. 2 by Corinna Sarah Bechko & Gabriel Hardman (Titan Books Ltd)
  3. Approaching Oblivion by Harlan Ellison (Open Road Media Sci-Fi & Fantasy)
  4. Dawn of the Jedi: Volume 3: Force War (Star Wars) by John Ostrander & Jan Duursema (Titan Books Ltd)
  5. Star Trek: Voyager: String Theory #2: Fusion by Kirsten Beyer (Pocket Books/Star Trek)
  6. Her Klingon Soul: Star Trek Voyager: Day of Honor #3 by Michael Jan Friedman (Pocket Books/Star Trek)
  7. Sekabo by Richard Woolley (Thames River Press)
  8. The Liveship Traders Trilogy 3-Book Bundle: Ship of Magic, Mad Ship, Ship of Destiny by Robin Hobb (Del Rey)
  9. Rain Wilds Chronicles by Robin Hobb (HarperCollins e-books)
  10. Star Trek: The Original Series: The More Things Change by Scott Pearson (Pocket Star)
  11. Star Trek: The Original Series: A Choice of Catastrophes by Steve Mollmann & Michael Schuster (Pocket Books/Star Trek)

(Note: Release information was sourced from Amazon, Locus magazine and elsewhere. Most reprints have been omitted. Release dates subject to change. So there.)

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9 Comments on Looking for Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Books Coming Out in June 2014? Here’s 276 of Them!

  1. That’s a lot of books. I’ve only read a few of these (and wish I had review copies of more).

    Drowning in goodness, again..

  2. Wow, Peter F. Hamilton blurbed Kevin J. Anderson’s new Saga of the 7 Suns novel.

    • That doesn’t surprise me, Tam. It’s a coup for Kevin, but what they write isn’t that different. Maybe Peter’s work is less pulpy (which I do not mean as a slam–Kevin’s books are perfect air travel reading for me.) than Kevin’s, but they share a fair amount of DNA.

  3. Frank Quitely is quite the artist.

  4. Tom Loock // June 1, 2014 at 4:18 pm //

    I really appreciate this monthly service you provide, but I wish you would not sort the books by author’s first name, but rather by author’s last name or publisher (as you have done).
    Unless you are going through the options … Please skip editor’s middle initial, cover colour (red before blue? also, where do you sample – top right corner?), Amazon shelf position, author’s pet’s name.

  5. Like Tom Loock, I would prefer these lists to be sorted by last name rather than first name, if that’s possible. I’ll hazard a guess that the original database uses a single field for author’s full name (firstname lastname) rather than two separate fields (firstname)(lastname) or a comma delimiter (lastname, firstname).

    The Science Fiction Book Club, when they did a website redesign last year, began using this same bug. (It is NOT a feature. At least SFBC has finally fixed some of the other “features” of that redesign, which rendered it virtually unusable for months.)

    Sorting by publisher is second choice, if a sort by last name can’t be done.

    • Sadly, the author name field retrieved from Amazon is a single field, so I cannot easily sort by last name. (Publisher is doable, and I’ve sometimes sorted that way in the past.) Making matters worse, many anthology publishers fill the author name field not with the Editor, but with a list of contributor names. That and several other hiccups, and just the time finding the books from several different sources and preparing the layout, requires manual modifications that already take large amounts of my time. While I appreciate the suggestions, I’m inclined to think this is “good enough”.

  6. Again I didn’t notice any sexist covers, the field must be in better shape then thought. Though I guess Jim Hines could mimic that very awkward cover of Robin(batman’s boy wonder) where his crouch is jumping out at ya, Like he’s ready to T-Bag the wicked.

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